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28 September 2016 | Online since 2003
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28 September 2016 09:54:54 | Diversification,Finance,News,Products,Rural Life
Farmers could be paid millions of pounds to introduce measures on land to reduce flood risk
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NFU Scotland President Allan Bowie said there are "deep flaw"s within the CAP futures programme

Farmers urged to challenge Scottish government over CAP failures

28 September 2016 12:23:59 | Arable,Crops and Cereals,Finance,News,NFU

Farmers urged to challenge Scottish government over CAP failures

MSPs have been urged to challenge the government over the 'flawed delivery' of CAP support payments for 2015.Scottish far...


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FUW Ceredigion County Executive Officer Mared Rand Jones promotes benefits of milk and udder-things at Aberystwyth University Freshers Fair

Farming union hands out free samples of milk to Aberystwyth University freshers to show benefits of dairy

28 September 2016 11:27:22 | Dairy,News,Produce,Shows and Events

Farming union hands out free samples of milk to Aberystwyth University freshers to show benefits of dairy

Aberystwyth University freshers have learnt about the health benefits of drinking milk and making it part of their daily diet...


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Farmers could be paid millions of pounds to introduce measures on land to reduce flood risk

New analysis identifies potential multi-million pound market for green farming post-Brexit

28 September 2016 09:54:54 | Diversification,Finance,News,Products,Rural Life

New analysis identifies potential multi-million pound market for green farming post-Brexit

Farmers could benefit from a new scheme to direct millions of pounds towards farming methods that reduce flooding, provide cl...


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The original ruling also found that Russia’s measures had been 'applied in a manner which constitutes a disguised restriction on international trade

Russia challenges WTO ruling on EU pork ban

28 September 2016 08:49:41 | Finance,News,Pigs

Russia challenges WTO ruling on EU pork ban

The Russian government has launched an appeal against a recent World Trade Organisation ruling that its import ban on EU pork...


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Upland farmers voice RPA concerns, saying their business could be 'compromised' due to payment failures

'Our business could be compromised due to continued failure': Upland farmers voice RPA concerns

28 September 2016 08:38:45 | Finance,News,NFU,Sheep

'Our business could be compromised due to continued failure': Upland farmers voice RPA concerns

Upland farmers have told the Rural Payments Agency that their businesses could be compromised by the organisation's "continue...


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Groceries Code Adjudicator regulates the relationship between supermarkets and their suppliers

'British farmers need protection when they trade abroad': NFU calls for European equivalent of GCA

28 September 2016 08:18:45 | Government,News,NFU,Produce,Supermarkets

'British farmers need protection when they trade abroad': NFU calls for European equivalent of GCA

The National Farmers Union has called for the European equivalent of the Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA) to tackle unfair tr...


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"There are clear opportunities for organic farming – the organic market is in the fourth year of sustained growth"

Welsh government announces Glastir Organic payments for farmers

27 September 2016 20:12:38 | Finance,News,Organic

Welsh government announces Glastir Organic payments for farmers

The Welsh government has today revealed news about the window for Expressions of Interest to Glastir Organic.The announce...


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RSPB and local farmers work together to save the curlew

Farmers and conservation groups work together in Oxfordshire to help threatened bird species

27 September 2016 15:35:30 | Animal Health,News,Rural Life

Farmers and conservation groups work together in Oxfordshire to help threatened bird species

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) and local farmers in Oxfordshire are celebrating the completion of a pil...


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The veterinary sector has called on the government to protect existing animal welfare laws

Safeguarding animal health and welfare 'at the heart' of veterinary Brexit priorities

27 September 2016 15:07:02 | Animal Health,Government,News

Safeguarding animal health and welfare 'at the heart' of veterinary Brexit priorities

The veterinary sector has called on the UK government to ensure existing animal health and welfare protection standards are '...


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Anyone with information about the sheep thefts can contact Northamptonshire Police on 101 or they can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111

Sheep stolen and killed for their meat prompts police to issue warning about contamination

27 September 2016 13:31:14 | Agri Safety,Meat Processing,News,Sheep

Sheep stolen and killed for their meat prompts police to issue warning about contamination

Northamptonshire police have issued a warning about contaminated meat after sheep were stolen and killed for their meat on th...


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Field labs aim to unite farmers to find solutions to common problems

'Innovative Farmers' look for alternatives to glyphosate to terminate cover crops

27 September 2016 12:51:30 | Arable,Crops and Cereals,News,Organic,Top Tips

'Innovative Farmers' look for alternatives to glyphosate to terminate cover crops

Agricultural purchasing group Anglia Farmers are running a new field lab through the Innovative Farmers network, investigatin...


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Defra reports 'surprising' increase in English pig herd

Pig industry 'surprised' by government figures showing increase in English pig herd

27 September 2016 11:39:45 | News,Pigs

Pig industry 'surprised' by government figures showing increase in English pig herd

Government figures from the English pig survey show an increase in the total pig herd, with reported numbers up 2%, to 3.9 mi...


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AHDB opens door to arable advances at CropTec show

28 September 2016 11:23:41 | Arable,Crops and Cereals,News,Shows and Events

AHDB opens door to arable advances at CropTec show

Growers will be able to discuss arable advances with a diverse range of experts, when AHDB opens its stand’s door at the Crop...


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British Sausage Week 2016

From boyband to bangers - JB Gill announced as ambassador for Sausage Week 2016

28 September 2016 11:15:48 | Appointments,News,Produce,Shows and Events

From boyband to bangers - JB Gill announced as ambassador for Sausage Week 2016

Jonathan Benjamin ‘JB’ Gill was today announced as the ambassador for British Sausage Week 2016, the annual sausage celebrati...


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The Dairy Council is calling on primary schools across the country to join them for a dance to celebrate the white stuff

Dairy Council urges primary schools to dance in celebration of milk for World School Milk Day

28 September 2016 09:10:25 | Dairy,News,Shows and Events

Dairy Council urges primary schools to dance in celebration of milk for World School Milk Day

Learning good lifestyle habits, such as being active and eating the right types and amounts of food and drink is key to helpi...


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(L-R) Ken Nottage, Chief Executive of the Three Counties Society, Malcolm Thomas MBE, Chairman of RABI, Jack Walton, Becky Davies, RABI Regional Manager and Clive Roads, Livestock Auctioneer at McCartneys

18 year old Jack travels over 1000 miles and raises £7316 for rural charities

27 September 2016 12:34:15 | Finance,News,Shows and Events

18 year old Jack travels over 1000 miles and raises £7316 for rural charities

In July, 18 year old Jack Walton, a budding auctioneer from Worcestershire, set off on his charity fundraiser, travelling ove...


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Any information about Yogi or details of suspicious activity around Redwings’ Ada Cole centre can be reported to Redwings’ welfare team on 01508 481008 or to Essex Police on 01245 491491 or 101

Charity shock as Shetland pony is stolen from Essex centre - police seek information

27 September 2016 09:04:58 | News,Rural Life

Charity shock as Shetland pony is stolen from Essex centre - police seek information

Staff from Redwings Horse Sanctuary have spoken of their shock after a Miniature Shetland Pony was stolen from its Ada Cole c...


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New Zealand
| 28 September 2016

Weed free crops? Science may have the answer

Australian scientists are working on a revolutionary new way to help farmers rid their crops of weeds.With billions of do...


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Puerto Rico
| 28 September 2016

Puerto Rico finds unexpected source of growth in agriculture

Puerto Ricans are buying rice produced on the island for the first time in nearly 30 years. They are also eating locally grow...


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USA
| 28 September 2016

U.S. farmer lawsuits over Syngenta GMO corn granted class status

A U.S. district court judge in Kansas this week said lawsuits brought by U.S. farmers against seed company Syngenta AG over s...


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France
| 28 September 2016

French cows die after eating all winter stock in one night

Almost half of a 50-strong herd of cows in western France ate themselves to death after chomping on the equivalent of a whole...


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Japan
| 28 September 2016

2 companies pioneering purchases of Japanese farmland

Photo album giant Nakabayashi and home remodeler Sanyo Amnak will become the first businesses to buy Japanese farmland under ...


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Canada
| 28 September 2016

Cattle feeders in heart of Canada's industry say tax threatens survival

Feedlot operators in the heart of Canada's largest cattle-producing region are warning that a municipal tax introduced this p...


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Do you have the qualities to manage and develop one of the UK`s foremost cattle societies? The British Charolais Cattle Socie...


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Publish date: 27 September 2016

General farm work on a modern 270 cow dairy unit near Stone, North Staffordshire. Duties would include some milking (40:20 he...


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Job for a General Farm Worker required on a Dairy Farm   >>North Staffordshire<<
Publish date: 27 September 2016

Experienced Tractor Driver needed for a 6 week vacancy for someone who must be able to plough to a high standard with 200 to ...


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Experienced Tractor Driver job for Autumn Cultivations - for 6 weeks   >>Mid Lincolnshire<<
Publish date: 27 September 2016

Enthusiastic person to join family run business in North Cornwall with 250 mainly Holstein/Friesian cows TMR fed 90...


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Dairy Person job    >>North Cornwall<<
Publish date: 27 September 2016

Sprayer Operator required to operate a Bateman Self-propelled Sprayer in a continually expanding spray contracting busin...


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Skilled Sprayer Operator ; permanent job   >>County Durham<<
Publish date: 27 September 2016

We are a family owned vegetable plant breeding company with global operations seeking a tractor driver/crop technician t...


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Job for a permanent tractor driver/crop technician -  vegetable trials.
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Improving piglet survival: a management approach from breeding to farrowing by Dr Ruth Wonfor: IBERS, Aberystwyth University.


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Manmade emissions of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and methane have resulted in considerable increases in global at...


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Dr Ruth Wonfor: IBERS, Aberystwyth UniversityResearchers at the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences...


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The Manchester Food and Drink Festival is a nationally acclaimed event that has developed to its current level over...


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Albert Square, Manchester
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Autumn sunshine and a fun-packed line up of countryside displays and activities attracted record crowds of 18,400 t...


West Sussex
The South of England Showground, Ardingly
2 October 2016
2 October 2016

A celebration of food, music & artThe Forest Showcase Food & Drink Festival is back in the Speech House Hotel g...


Gloucestershire
The Speech House, Speech House Rd, Coleford
2 October 2016
2 October 2016

Free to attend, the Beverley Food Festival is a family day of food, festivities and fun!Held in The Marketplace...


East Yorkshire
The Marketplace, Beverley
4 October 2016
5 October 2016

After the resounding success of the 2015 BCPC Congress, where we were joined by nearly 200 participants and 22 exhi...


East Sussex
Hilton Metropole, Brighton
5 October 2016
9 October 2016

Horse of the Year Show, “The World’s Most Famous Horse Show” is widely regarded as the pinnacle of achievement in t...


West Midlands
Birmingham NEC
5 October 2016
5 October 2016

The show attracts over 300 trade stands from across the country and beyond and with over 250 cattle this show is th...


Shropshire
The Showground, Shepton Mallet

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A step up from the Level 2 Diploma, the Level 3 courses offer the opportunity to investigate a range of more advanc...


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Rural Business Management (BSc)

It is for anyone with the relevant background who wants undertake a further year of study to gain a full ...


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Intermediate Apprenticeship in Agriculture - Crop ...

This programme covers a range of Crop Production skills and related practices. The objectives of the course are to ...


Kingston Maurward College

Level 3 Diploma in Dairying (Part-time)

This course provides the knowledge and understanding required for the modern dairy worker. It will also introduce a...


Plumpton College

Introduction to Basic Beekeeping

A two day course for beekeepers or potential beekeepers wanting to find out about honeybees and beekeeping. This co...


Bridgwater College

Safe Use of Pesticides (PA1)

This course is for the professional user or anyone who requires the National Proficiency Test Council (NPTC) Certif...


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Course Summary This programme combines sound understanding with technical skills, building on the game keeping ...


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